DREAM Adaptive Recreation believes that everyone should be able to participate in our programs no matter their financial abilities. Participants who demonstrate financial need may be eligible for a scholarship to cover a portion of the cost of the program. The Scholarship Application must be completed and submitted prior to lesson(s) to be considered.
Please contact our office at 406-862-1817 or email@example.com if you have questions about scholarship possibilities.
Scholarship Opportunities for our Winter Alpine Program:
Please be aware that Special Olympic Athletes are not eligible for scholarships.
The Ben Hollingsworth Scholarship
Click HERE to apply.
Ben was a very accomplished mountain biker, skier, and snowboarder. From an early age, Ben developed his skills and love of outdoor recreation by building his own practice jumps in his back yard. He was also deaf.
Ben attended The Learning Center for the Deaf in Framingham, MA from the age of six months through elementary school. He completed high school at Dover-Sherborn High School in Dover MA. He was in his fourth year at the Rochester Institute of Technology and was deeply involved in community service projects at the time of his passing.
To honor Ben’s life, Ben’s relative wishes to offer an annual snowboard scholarship to a Dream Adaptive Recreation athlete to enable him or her to participate in the Alpine winter program at Whitefish Mountain Resort. The scholarship amount is $300 to fund the seven week ski/ride program and to help purchase any winter “gear” needs.
Preference is given to applicants with a hearing impairment or those that are totally deaf but is not restricted to that requirement.
The scholarship application must accompany a completed winter program application and insurance waiver, and be submitted by December 15th annually.
Dream Adaptive Recreation is honored to offer the “Ben Hollingsworth Honorary Scholarship”. Thank YOU to those who created this fund to honor Ben and his accomplishments through outdoor recreation!
DREAM will host it’s Annual Meeting on October 16th at the Whitefish
Join DREAM for an evening presentation highlighting the incredible people who participate
Activities will include: Water skiing, sit water skiing, wake boarding, knee boarding,
DREAM Adaptive Recreation received funding from the US Department of Veterans Affairs
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